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Rt Hon Mrs Theresa May MP: Make the Merseyside hate crime model of policing prostitution law

Jackie Summerford is the mother of Bonnie Barratt who was murdered at 24 years old in the sex trade. If the Merseyside hate crime model was in operation in London, Bonnie’s killer might have been reported to the police before and she would be alive today.

Please add your signature to the Change.org petition calling for Rt Hon Mrs Theresa May MP to make the Merseyside hate crime model law: http://www.change.org/merseysidemodel.

“Jackie Summerford talking with Ruth Jacobs for the Merseyside hate crime model campaign” Produced by Matthew Lynch (www.jlfilmandmedia.com)

  • Jackie Summerford’s first interview for the Merseyside model campaign can be read here.

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About Ruth Jacobs (297 Articles)
Author of Soul Destruction: Unforgivable, a novel exposing the dark world and harsh reality of life as a drug addicted call girl. The main storyline is based loosely on events from my own life. In addition to fiction writing, I am also involved in journalism and broadcasting, primarily for human rights campaigning in the areas of sex workers' rights, anti-sexual exploitation and anti-human trafficking.

9 Trackbacks / Pingbacks

  1. In the Booth with Ruth – Jackie Summerford, Mother of Bonnie Barratt Murdered at 24 Years Old in the Sex Trade | Ruth Jacobs
  2. BBC1 Inside Out: The Merseyside Hate Crime Model of Policing Prostitution – Monday 21 Oct, 7.30pm | Ruth Jacobs
  3. My most in depth article arguing for the Merseyside model to be made UK wide – The F-Word | Ruth Jacobs
  4. Cry for the Merseyside Model: Crimes Against People in Prostitution/Sex Workers Must Be Treated As Hate Crimes UK Wide | Ruth Jacobs
  5. Staying Safe: The Merseyside Model – Ruth Jacobs interviewed on Policing Today (Part 1) | Ruth Jacobs
  6. Victim-centred: The Merseyside Model – Ruth Jacobs interviewed on Policing Today (Part 2) | Ruth Jacobs
  7. The Merseyside Model Saves Lives – so why is it not being rolled out nationally? | Ruth Jacobs
  8. Rupert Everett in defence of Soho and sex workers | Harlots Parlour
  9. Criminalising clients puts people working on-street in greater danger and forced ‘exiting’ does not work | Ruth Jacobs

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